Actually, buffalo are three species of fish rather than one. No one knows from where the odd name for the creatures is derived. But their scientific names are almost certainly taken from their common name. […]
Boats equipped with surface drive engines were not long ago seen as an oddity in anything but duck-hunting situations. […]
Change is inevitable in coastal marsh.
The tide gives when it rises and takes away when it falls.
Land piles up in some places while washing away in others.
Fish that you couldn’t stop from biting one day cease to exist the next.
Nowhere is this change more evident than in The Pen. One of the most-famous fishing holes in all of Southeast Louisiana, this Lafitte hotspot once wasn’t even a lake. […]
Being such a large lake to fish, The Pen can be somewhat intimidating for anglers who have never fished it before. The question of where to start can lead to second-guessing if the fish don’t immediately respond. […]
The last thing that comes to most people’s minds when thinking about Caney Lake is a chatter bait. Kenny Covington isn’t most people. He is a bassaholic who isn’t afraid to buck conventional wisdom. […]
Picture this. You’ve had a good opening to the duck season. But now the season has been underway a while and you haven’t had any cold fronts or strong south winds to bring in new birds or shake things up. They sky is blue-bird clear, and has been for days. […]